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LAPD criticized for arranging downtown talk by Mexican Mafia killer
LAPD criticized for arranging downtown talk by Mexican Mafia killer

The undercover police sedans arrived about noon in a bustling section of downtown Los Angeles. Eight uniformed LAPD officers got out and filed into a historic 12-story building on Spring Street. Later, an LAPD helicopter buzzed overhead as a half-dozen officers kept watch over a rear alley. Officers with a police dog searched a nearby coffee shop. ------------ FOR THE RECORD: In the Jan. 30 Section A, an article about former Mexican Mafia member Rene Enriquez reported that Enriquez wrote a book about his life with journalist Chris Blatchford. Blatchford was the sole author of the book. ------------ The high-level security operation, which lasted more than eight hours, was...

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